SLP lessonplans.com
  Free lesson plans and more for the
school-based Speech Language Pathologist!
FREE Worksheets
The majority of worksheets on this site are designed to teach targeted concepts and
reduce the need to constantly copy. As you will see below, many worksheets can have
multiple uses based on various contexts.
List of Antonyms
A reference list of common antonym
pairs that an SLP can use to create
flashcards, use as stimulus words in
games, ask the students verbally to
provide antonym for given word etc.


Introduction to Antonyms
Provides definition of antonyms and
examples of common antonym pairs.
Great for introducing concept and allow
students to refer to later for review.


Antonym Examples
Provides definition of antonyms and
sentences with antonym pairs, to help
students understand antonyms better.


Antonym worksheet practice 1
Worksheet for students to practice their
antonym skills.
Directions: Students have
to underline the antonym pairs in each
sentence.










List of Idioms
A reference list of common idioms that a
speech therapist can use for a variety of
contexts such as creating games,
worksheets or just to verbally ask
students to interpret.


Introduction to Idioms
Provides definition of idioms and
examples of different idioms and their
literal and figural interpretation. Great
way to introduce idioms, and students
can refer to later for recall and review.


List of Multiple-meaning Words
A reference list of common multi-meaning
words that a speech therapist can use
for a variety of contexts.


Learning multiple-meaning words
Helps students  understand how
multi-meaning words change based on
context and allows students to learn how
to use multi-meaning words
appropriately. Can be used in any context

Language Homework worksheet
You can write up to 3 different
homeworks for your students. It includes
a space for name and date. Good for
students who can read.
ex: give an
example of 3 fruits, what do you use a
pen for?
List of Synonyms
A reference list of common synonym pairs
that an SLP can use to create flashcards,
use as stimulus words in games, ask
students verbally to provide synonym for
given word etc.


Introduction to Synonyms
Provides definition of synonyms and
examples of common synonym pairs.
Great for introducing concept and allow
students to refer to later for review.


Vocabulary Inventory
This worksheet helps your students keep
track of all the new vocabulary words they
are learning and their definitions.


Learning New Vocabulary
This can be used with any story you are
reading to help students learn new
vocabulary words in any context. Reduces
the need to copy, just make a lot of copies
for the entire year and use them in a
variety of contexts.








Daily Session Note
Includes room to write the objective,
materials and procedure, and plenty of
room to write up the evaluation.
Tip: Make a double sided copy
side 1: Daily Session Note
side 2: Additional Notes

Daily Session Note__Additional Notes
Provides additional room to write
evaluation of how your sessions went.
Can use this page as a behavioral log as
well.



Comprehensive session note
Includes long term IEP goals, short term
goals and session notes.
Comprehensive session note_SAMPLE
Tip: Make a double sided copy
side 1: Comprehensive session note
side 2: Additional Notes






Articulation practice worksheet
Give your students words, phrases,
sentences to practice after their session
based on how the session went, and what
they accomplished. Reduces the need to
copy different word lists.
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